Friday, March 31, 2006

Next Recording April 21st

The Texas Radio Theatre Company
presents a new audio play in our T minus X Science Fiction series:

by Richard Frohlich


Mike "Razor" Ferro, an ex astronaut was drummed out of NASA because he heard voices he couldn’t explain. Years later a crew of an outpost on the moon claimed they heard voices, just before they lost contact. Around the same time, a Chinese lunar mission disappears.
The US suspects China is not telling all they know about either event. China is accusing the US of the same. In the meantime, NASA’s asking Mike about those voices he heard years ago, and now he’s hearing them again - but this time one sounds like a of member of the lost lunar outpost - his son.

FRIDAY April 21st - 7:30pm
Covenant United Methodist Church
3608 Matlock Road
Arlington, TX 76015

$5 suggested donation

SATURDAY May 6th - 2pm
J. Erik Jonsson Central Library
Fine Arts Dept - 4th Floor
1515 Young St., Dallas, TX 75201

Free admission

These recordings will air on KNTU sometime after May 2006

Thursday, March 23, 2006

Arlington Reads: Selected readings from October Sky (Rocket Boys)



The Texas Radio Theatre Company is excited to help support the Arlington Reads Program during a lunchtime event at J. Gilligan’s (400 E Abram St) on March 30th at 11:30am

Mitch Carr, Larry Groebe and Shannon Atkinson are scheduled to read 3 different parts of Homer Hickam’s October Sky (Rocket Boys)

Homer Hickam is is a Vietnam veteran, a scuba instructor, a retired rocket scientist, and an amateur paleontologist. More than anything else, he loves to write. He lives in the Virgin Islands and Huntsville, Alabama.

Arlington Reads , the fourth-annual community-wide read, will take place in March and April 2006. This program is a collaborative project of the Arlington Public Library, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington Independent School District, and Reading & Radio Resource. This year, junior high school students through adults will read October Sky (originally published as Rocket Boys) and elementary school students will read Flight: The Journey of Charles Lindbergh.

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